The Story of One Mighty Mill

  • April 05, 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom (info provided in email confirmation)


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In this session, come hear Julie Hall, CEO of Communitas interview Jon Olinto, CEO of One Mighty Mill, share the story of One Mighty Mill. They will be diving into this Mission and Values-led organization and why the company is committed to conscious business practices as a core element of their long term strategy. 

This New England-based B Corp is on a mission: to bring back local food systems that help communities be healthy and thrive. Come hear how Jon's background (Co-Founder of B.GOOD) informed this new company, plus how they are building an organization of employee owners who can measure the impact they are having as they work to achieve their lofty mission. 

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Jon Olinto, CEO & Co-Founder of One Mighty Mill

One Mighty Mill is an emerging food start-up that makes healthier and better tasting foods made from fresh-milled flour. With One Mighty Mill, Jon and his team are pioneering a resistance against America's industrialization and demonization of wheat and flour by rebuilding their own healthy food system. They start by sourcing organic wheat directly from farmers who promote the highest levels of sustainability and healthy soil. And they are building their own stone mills to produce living, nutritious flour. Fresh-milled flour is the cornerstone of One Mighty Mill’s line of bagels, breads, pretzels, and tortillas.

Prior to One Mighty Mill, Jon spent 14 years instigating the healthy fast-food movement in the United States. Alongside his childhood best friend, Jon co-founded B.GOOD, a healthy, fast-casual restaurant concept. Opening the first B.GOOD in Boston in 2004, the company grew to over 70 locations in the U.S., Canada and Europe. While building B.GOOOD, Jon's professional career was a complete entrepreneurial experience. He personally made and served thousands of burgers, salads and bowls, developed business plans, raised multiple rounds of capital, managed and operated restaurant and executive teams, and even restored a farm on an island in Boston Harbor (and brought the chickens over on the boat himself)!

Julie Hall, CEO of Comuminitas Global

Julie Hall is Founder and CEO of Communitas Global, a Purpose and Values-oriented management consultancy whose mission is to help exceptional leaders turn Purpose and Values into transformational impact and competitive advantage. Intensely interested in the human experience and its intersection with sustained management change, she guides individuals and organizations through transitions by excavating, operationalizing and communicating their values. She developed Communitas Global's Return on Responsibility™ model to help measure how human-focused efforts, like diversity and inclusion, can impact a more important bottom line.

A career marketer, she spent over 25 years working in advertising and public relations at global agencies with multinational brands including McDonald's, Coca Cola, Nestle and Proctor & Gamble. Her book, The New Launch Plan:152 Tips, Tactics and Trends from the Most Memorable New Product Launches (BNP Media 2010) is used in business schools around the globe as a roadmap for how to prepare for and execute a successful new product launch.

She has been published in the Harvard Business Review and is a frequent contributor to business publications and journals. As a dynamic and engaging speaker and facilitator, she is often asked to speak on the topics of leadership, purpose, values and their crucial role in transformative change. She has presented at many corporations and universities including MIT, Harvard Business School and Brown University.

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